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10 Signs of PROTEIN Deficiency (and Bonus Tips) 2020

Rather than getting too much protein, it’s likely you are not getting enough. This video will explain 10 signs of protein deficiency and also give you bonus content about the best sources of protein, and how much protein I recommend you eat each day.

Some of the 10 signs I talk about in this video you would never link to protein deficiency, but there is a strong link. Watch, learn and Share so we can all enjoy optimal protein intake and optimal health.

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USDA Nutrition Calculator says I need 84-92 g/day (I eat 208-230g/day)
   
Low Protein edema: 
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Low Protein in Activity: 
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Low Protein bone issues: 
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Low Protein & bone strength: 
Low Protein stunts growth: 
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Low Protein & immune system: 
Low Protein & Appetite/cravings: 
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Low Protein & sleep: 
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Ken D Berry, MD, is a Family Physician and has been practicing Family Medicine in rural Tennessee for over 20 years, having seen over 25,000 patients in his career so far.
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